Despite my family-farming background, an eight-month career break as a station hand gave me new perspectives and a fresh take on corporate agriculture.
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Despite the current reality, the potential for automation is huge forecast to transform our ways of work faster and more accurately.
What we eat, and more importantly, how it’s farmed is about to change in Australia
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While digital innovation isn’t normally associated with agricultural production; picking fruit, sowing fields and breeding livestock; innovative and connective solutions are as applicable in agriculture as any other industry.
Data is one of the core components of the Internet of Things (IoT), with its power lying in the capture and analysis of data from sensors, devices and smart products.
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Australia is a nation of incredibly inventive, dynamic, resilient and pragmatic people. These characteristics have served us well over many generations and led to great technological inventions.
When you walk down a lane in Barcelona, you are being watched – by the street lights. They sense your presence and track your progress, adjusting the level of light…
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